German Credit Lines Less Tapped as Cash Flow Used, BdB Says

Germany’s banks’ credit lines to the country’s companies remain increasingly untapped, as the healthy state of the German economy means firms rely on cash flow rather than credit facilities, the BdB Association of German banks said in an e-mailed statement today.

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